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Five New Hangover Dishes Worth a Shot

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Hangovers. Unless you're that one annoying person at work who's like I don't get hangovers. It's, like, so weird... we all have to deal with them at some point. Despite the claims that eating healthy helps a hangover, the best way to handle it is with gluttonous, bad-for-you foods. Everybody knows this. Here are five new hangover dishes you probably don't even know are out there waiting for you, New Orleans.

Know of another great new hangover dish from a restaurant that has opened in the past year? Leave a comment after jump.


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1. Croque Monsier at District Donuts Sliders Brew

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2211 Magazine St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
This Croque will make you squeal HOLY MOLY. Why? It's all your croque faves— Benton's ham, gruyere, bechamel and dijon— on a freaking griddled donut.

2. B.E.A.A.T. at Rivista

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It's kind of like a BLT, but better. This mighty sandwich on Brioche features the crispiest of bacon (seriously, it's perfection-level crispy), topped with arugula, avocado, tomato and a poached egg that oozes all over the sandwich and coats your hangover in its restorative magic.

3. Pablove Burrito at Velvet Central Kitchen

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1409 Oretha C Haley Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70113
For the Work week hangover (Mon-Fri): This an egg and cheese breakfast burrito comes with ham, bacon, turkey, or avocade for less than $4. Velvet Central also makes an egg skillet dish (w/potatoes or grits) and a frosted-flakes french toast that are both very hangover worthy.

4. Meatloaf Cupcake at Gorge-Us (in Cosimo's)

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1201 Burgundy St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 525-5636
Hell, this may even be good drunkypants food too. While this pop-up in Cosimo's offers all day breakfast, they also specialize in these cupcake-sized servings of amazing meatloaf, topped with garlic mashed potatoes and bacon sprinkles. Rest assured, you will want more than one. Note: for a late hangover/they don't open til 2 p.m.

5. Kim Chi Fries at Ba Chi Canteen

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7900 Maple St
New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 373-5628
For a Saturday morning hangover remedy, head to this new wave Vietnamese joint on Maple for some Kim Chi fries. Fried to perfection, topped with a sriracha aoili, kim chi, and thin strips of steak, oh yes, you will want more to pair with a pork belly banh mi.

1. Croque Monsier at District Donuts Sliders Brew

2211 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70130
This Croque will make you squeal HOLY MOLY. Why? It's all your croque faves— Benton's ham, gruyere, bechamel and dijon— on a freaking griddled donut.
2211 Magazine St.
New Orleans, LA 70130

2. B.E.A.A.T. at Rivista

New Orleans, LA
It's kind of like a BLT, but better. This mighty sandwich on Brioche features the crispiest of bacon (seriously, it's perfection-level crispy), topped with arugula, avocado, tomato and a poached egg that oozes all over the sandwich and coats your hangover in its restorative magic.

3. Pablove Burrito at Velvet Central Kitchen

1409 Oretha C Haley Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70113
For the Work week hangover (Mon-Fri): This an egg and cheese breakfast burrito comes with ham, bacon, turkey, or avocade for less than $4. Velvet Central also makes an egg skillet dish (w/potatoes or grits) and a frosted-flakes french toast that are both very hangover worthy.
1409 Oretha C Haley Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70113

4. Meatloaf Cupcake at Gorge-Us (in Cosimo's)

1201 Burgundy St, New Orleans, LA 70116
Hell, this may even be good drunkypants food too. While this pop-up in Cosimo's offers all day breakfast, they also specialize in these cupcake-sized servings of amazing meatloaf, topped with garlic mashed potatoes and bacon sprinkles. Rest assured, you will want more than one. Note: for a late hangover/they don't open til 2 p.m.
1201 Burgundy St
New Orleans, LA 70116

5. Kim Chi Fries at Ba Chi Canteen

7900 Maple St, New Orleans, LA 70118
For a Saturday morning hangover remedy, head to this new wave Vietnamese joint on Maple for some Kim Chi fries. Fried to perfection, topped with a sriracha aoili, kim chi, and thin strips of steak, oh yes, you will want more to pair with a pork belly banh mi.
7900 Maple St
New Orleans, LA 70118

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